The first thought one has when thinking of a veterinarian is that they must care about animals. They attend four years of college and then an additional four years for veterinary medicine. They have to pass a “demanding national veterinary medical board exam.” All to help relieve the suffering of non-human animals. It would seem that this is a profession animal lovers could respect.
But some vets violate this honest concern to alleviate animal suffering. Some vets, like Kathleen Turner of Homestead, work as key parts of the evil vivisection industry. These sick money-seekers disgrace the field and cast a dark shadow of guilt and shame over themselves.
Unfortunately, Kathleen probably tells herself that she’s helping the imprisoned primates at Primate Products. She probably feels like she’s upholding her sacred veterinary oath. But the fact is, she works at a facility whose sole aim is profit from the sale of defenseless monkeys, monkeys who will be used and abused in vile and useless experiments. No amount of rationalization can avoid that startling and sad truth.
Until she quits her job at Primate Products, Kathleen Turner will have the blood of those tortured primates on her hands. We won’t forget their cruel deaths. And we intend to not let her forget either.